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Re: Car Broken Into
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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azuccon1 wrote:
Someone attempted to break into my Jeep sometime between Thursday night and during the day Friday. Attempted to get in through passenger window, broken the window.

Car was parked on 3rd between Brunswick and Colgate. Called the cops, they said it was unusual but they would patrol area.

FYI to anyone in the area.


Hope you had a police report made out. First for insurance purposes, if you decide to file a claim. Second, by having a report made out, it becomes more than a notation. It becomes a way of determining if this was a random event or the start of a pattern of breakins, as these things sometimes occur in clusters.


The police had no interest in doing a report since nothing was stolen.

Posted on: 2014/10/27 12:33
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Car Broken Into
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Someone attempted to break into my Jeep sometime between Thursday night and during the day Friday. Attempted to get in through passenger window, broken the window.

Car was parked on 3rd between Brunswick and Colgate. Called the cops, they said it was unusual but they would patrol area.

FYI to anyone in the area.

Posted on: 2014/10/26 5:39
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Tenant's Rights
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I am leaving my apartment at the end of the month. I had a one year lease from 2011-12 which has since expired. I notified my landlord on 10/13 I'd be moving out at the end of the month and he said that he has to hold me responsible for the first half of November if he can't rent it (30 days).

He asked for permission to come take photos but other than that I haven't seen the apartment listed nor has he phoned asking for access to show the place. What are my options here? How can I tell he's making a good faith effort to rent the place for November 1? Any suggestions?

Posted on: 2014/10/22 1:06
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UPS
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What time does UPS typically deliver in DTJC? I am in the village, trying to time being home for a delivery.

Posted on: 2014/9/24 18:18
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Re: Parking Ticket
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brewster wrote:
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azuccon1 wrote:
We've all gotten our fair share of parking tickets before and I gone to court and fought them, etc. However Friday I received one for parking without a valid permit when I clearly have a permit displayed in my window as outlined by the directions and where my permits have been the last 8 years I've had them.

Has anyone had any luck writing into the JCPA with proof you have a permit, etc and resolving a ticket so you do not have to go to court/miss work?

Thanks.


Are you 100% sure you were in the right zone? Certain areas are pretty messed up. That said, I think you have to go to court no matter what if you want to fight it, I don't think this is the 1st time this issue of bogus tickets has been brought up.


Yes I am. It's the same street where I've parked for 3 years living at my current address.

As someone mentioned, Parking Authority is sending me a document confirming that I have a parking permit. I'll be in court, its a waste of a vacation day or half day but not letting them take $42 for nothing on principle.

Posted on: 2014/3/11 14:19
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Parking Ticket
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We've all gotten our fair share of parking tickets before and I gone to court and fought them, etc. However Friday I received one for parking without a valid permit when I clearly have a permit displayed in my window as outlined by the directions and where my permits have been the last 8 years I've had them.

Has anyone had any luck writing into the JCPA with proof you have a permit, etc and resolving a ticket so you do not have to go to court/miss work?

Thanks.

Posted on: 2014/3/10 13:40
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Re: Shuffleboard in Jersey City Bar?
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It is not full sized, be prepared to be let down.

Posted on: 2013/10/11 4:17
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Re: places to go running/jogging?
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It is usually open.

Posted on: 2013/7/24 17:44
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Re: Laptop computer repair?
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Posted on: 2013/7/24 13:28
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Re: Maxwells in Hoboken Closing end of July
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Perfect location is NHA Trang's old space on Newark Ave, has a parking lot for these non path users and the bands to park without being booted. Plus has the space to have restaurant and stage.


Posted on: 2013/6/7 17:40
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Re: ADULT REC LEAGUE BASKETBALL
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ABL
http://www.joinabl.com/
$900/team

Plays at Golden Door Charter

or you can play zog 4v4 in hoboken.

Posted on: 2013/6/5 20:02
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Re: Gluten Free Pizza in JC?
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2 Boots is the best GF Pizza in JC.

IMO, Glutino is not a good example of GF pizza, frozen or restaurant variety.

For those who enjoy baseball, Yankee stadium happens to have a great GF pizza.

Posted on: 2013/5/29 2:55
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Re: Craigslist Alternative?
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I was actually going to list an ikea desk on craigs but haven't got around, if you're interested, let me know I'll take some pics. Was going to ask $40. PM me.

Posted on: 2013/4/10 13:45
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Re: How do I get from Manhattan to Jersey City after 10:00?
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126 to Hamilton Park, take the bus that says Hamilton Park via Hoboken Path, not only the Hoboken Path one.

Comes at 1020, 1115, 1230, not sure the next one.

$4.25

Posted on: 2012/11/15 15:23
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Re: Snor'Eastercane
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Posted on: 2012/11/12 21:14
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Re: Downstairs renters not leaving dilapidated apartment post-Sandy
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..way to show sympathy assholes. Is this not supposed to be a public forum where people can come to their neighbors for assistance? Real neighborly.

Some people do not realize how fortunate they are even after this storm.


(obviously not directed at everyone)

Posted on: 2012/11/7 20:48
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Re: Paris Sandwich - Food Truck
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It was parked in front of Sawadee on Newark in the am. If that means anything, looked like they were getting their daily prep done right there.

Posted on: 2012/9/27 4:21
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Re: Bars with Darts
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Capt Al's

Posted on: 2012/8/17 3:06
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Re: neighborhood around 1st and Brunswick
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I live on 3rd and Brunswick, area is fine. JC is a city so act accordingly. I have no issues with the neighborhood, 2nd St Bakery is right there and there are a bunch of places on Newark. Not to mention bars like Lamp Post, White Star, Lucky 7, and then Madame Claude's all within walking distance.

Just because that guy won't live past Jersey Ave, doesn't mean you can't.

Posted on: 2012/7/26 16:51
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Re: The Jersey City experience in one night?
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take the path to grove, get out walk around and go to places that look like they suit you.

Posted on: 2012/2/10 21:54
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Re: Steuben and Morgan St safe at night?
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super safe, but agree with someone who commented earlier, its a city, so know your surroundings. only thing that happened in my 3 years living on steuben is my car got stolen (twice). got it back both times.

Posted on: 2012/1/31 14:41
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Re: Stolen Honda Civic (yes, another one)
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Jeep Cherokee Sport Stolen twice, recovered twice.

March 2009 and February 2010, reported it the same day, recovered each time within 3-5 days.

Posted on: 2011/11/30 19:21
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Re: No Bar @ Barrow & Mercer
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Posted on: 2011/9/26 20:51
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Re: Taqueria
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haters gunna hate...

all i want to know is, how is taqueria doing? did you get flooded? i haven't made my way over there. are you guys open? thats all i need to know so i can get tacos. tacotruck fill me in.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 5:23
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Re: Renter Beware
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Yes its on 10th between Monmouth and Brunswick.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 19:09
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Re: Renter Beware
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Yes they kept it in an interest bearing account.

there was $0.69 of interest for 3 years of a $3900 deposit.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 19:09
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Renter Beware
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Long time reader, sporadic poster...I thought I'd bring some good to some future jc-list reader. For three years, I lived at Morgan Lofts (144 Steuben St), great building, pretty under the radar but for the size and space you get, great deal. Yeah, their maintenance is spotty but eventually things get fixed. Anyway neither of those are the points of this post.

We moved out June 1, had a security deposit of 1.5 months rent, $3900. A1 Prop Mgmt returned us $2595 of the deposit with deductions for

$150 - Cleaning - Apparently the freezer/master bathroom/broiler/ac fan were not clean up to snuff

$55 - Pilot Light - This never worked, we put a maintenance request when we moved in and they claimed it was not fixable and told us an alternate way to light that burner.

$1,100 - Replace the entire carpet due to 8 stains. Our entire 3 bedroom apartment except for kitchen and bathrooms was carpeted. We had the carpets professional shampooed and yes there were 8 stains (all smaller than a quarter).

Needless to say, an email exchange, some phone calls, and we were refunded an additional $650. Keep in mind that all these charges were on us, although we took over the apt at the end of the previous tenants lease 30 min after they moved out and they did nothing to the place when we moved in. But seriously if you live there, be careful, they expect the place to be brand new/spotless and will charge for everything.

Another story from someone else in the building my roommate spoke to:

A guy who used to live in a four-bedroom on the ninth floor said ? A1 is trying to take $6,400 of their $6,425 deposit, and he's been in a battle with them for two and half months. Apparently there were some legitimate charges, like when he kicked the door down because he forgot his keys, but A1 claims they should've actually charged $9,000 and were giving them a discount.

After he requested all their invoices, etc., among other things he figured out they were charged three hours of labor for every spackle hole.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 14:01
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50 columbus
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Anyone know any information about the 5 or 6 apartments behind 50 Columbus/Club H in that parking garage that face/are on Steuben Street?

I've always been curious.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 14:20
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Re: My car was stolen on Van Vorst St. in Paulus Hook
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My car has been stolen twice in downtown (Apr 09 and Feb 10). Both times it came back within a week. Found in Irvington and East Orange, with some damage from ignorant and careless driving (and the break-in) but not from being chopped for parts or anything else..

Posted on: 2011/1/5 14:30
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Re: Journal Square: Lojack signal draws police to lot -- they find 11 vehicles reported stolen from NYC
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"Our stolen car ratio is very low in Jersey City," Martinez said. "This is not a typical find."

This quote is bullshit. I've had my car stolen 2 times since I've lived downtown. And my friend had his car stolen in broad daylight on my street.

I'm glad they provided real perspective.

Posted on: 2010/12/8 4:07
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